Here it is, the RawengulkSans Font from Poland based Gluk Fonts. A nice, strong Sans Serif typeface that reminds me off Monotype Imaging Univers (you know, Univers was designed by Adrian Frutiger on Swiss principles for Charles Peignot) or so many other popular typeface that run without fancy serifs slowing them down. Rawengulk would by as ideally suited for body copy as it would fit well as a catchy headline. Download the Opentype Face font.
Lemisez what? You’d have to ask David Rakowski, the new england area shareware font creating madman who cranked out seemingly thousands of interesting faces in the 90′s, and then sort of moved on, back to music. Well, Lemiesz is a nice BOLD all caps face with numbers. Has a sort of retro – life during wartime feel to it, big bold and easy to read from afar. Download the TTF.
From Nate Piekos in 2003 at Blambot, Badaboom is a great font to depict some action! BOOM! You know what i mean? Blambot make some of the best typeface for comic books and for fans of comic books and they are worth checking out! If you are making some batman like blams, Badaboom is great! Also superb for extreme eye catching headlines! Download Badaboom TTF!
KINKY is a personal lettering project from French designer (now based in Oslo) Fabrice Bats a 5ive – it’s a nice, chucky straight angled and kinda choppy looking font, great for headlines and such – not body copy (no, it isnt 3D) – “NOTE: It’s not a real type, I mean… not like a Georgia, Helvetica… with great kerning, terrific, good options…This lettering is just thought for graphic element uses. (Not for long text). Yes, it’s not perfect, I know, but I like it anyway. And after some demands I just wanted to convert it in .ttf, to use it more easily instead of using Illustrator, in a “letter by letter” process…” Download Kinky TTF beta2.
Freeway Gothic, a very legible free font from American freeware type designer Tom Oetken. It’s Nice, thick, heavy and bold. It sort of captures the spirit of Font Bureau’s Interstate Bold but is a little more extended with a slightly less polished appeal (to me, that is a good thing – i appreciate a font that isn’t too polished). Maybe this face would work great on a highway sign, or any sign that someone needs to read while speeding past. zoom. zoom. Download Freeway Gothic truetype font file.
Lane, from the prolific Apostrophic Labs is supplied in three versions – Narrow, Posh, and Upper. Narrow is just the nice, elegant plain jane none stylized version of this thin face. Posh adds the knockout stroke drop shadow look. Upper adds a funky underlined lower case variant to the mix, with underlined lower case vowels being the only thing different from the narrow version. Pretty funky when you need it to be, or just simple if that’s what you are looking for. Download the three LANE truetype faces.